Lennox Air Conditioning Class Action Settlement

A class action settlement has been reached in the Lennox air conditioning class action lawsuit, which alleged that Lennox Industries Inc. knowingly sold air conditioning and heat pump units with defectively manufactured condenser coils (also known as a white coil). According to... Read More »

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Debt Collection Harassment Lawsuits Let Victims Fight Back

A debt collection harassment lawsuit filed by a Colorado man alleges that a debt collection company violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). The lawsuit was filed by plaintiff Jeffery Gobles, whose debt collection lawsuit against the Student Loan Finance Corp. asserts... Read More »

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Babolat Tennis Racquet Class Action Settlement

A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit alleging Babolat VS North America Inc. falsely advertised the qualities of some of its tennis racquets. If you purchased certain Babolat tennis racquets endorsed by professional tennis players or advertised and labeled... Read More »

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Zithromax Liver Toxicity a Little Known Problem Among Antibiotic Users

Some consumers are filing product liability lawsuits against Pfizer Inc. for the severe side effects of Zithromax. In particular, patients across the country are demanding to be compensated for their liver injuries, alleging they were caused by ingesting the popular antibiotic. Class action... Read More »

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Michigan Magazine Subscription Class Action Settlement

A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit that alleges Bauer Publishing Co. LP disclosed its customers’ subscription information to third parties for marketing purposes without permission, in violation of Michigan privacy law. If you live in Michigan and subscribed... Read More »

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Lawsuit: Another Death Linked to Takata Airbag Defect

Takata airbag. Alexauto321/Wikkimedia Commons On Nov. 17, Takata Corp. and Honda Motor Co. were both hit with a Takata airbag lawsuit alleging a Florida woman died last month because of an exploding Takata manufactured airbag installed in the deceased plaintiff’s Honda vehicle.... Read More »

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Senators Pressure FDA for Power Morcellator Action

Two Senate Democrats are pressing the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for tougher action against power morcellators over uterine cancer concerns. Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand and Elizabeth Warren sent a letter to the FDA, stating that the agency needs to do more... Read More »

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FDA Warns of Quinolone Antibiotics’ Neuropathy Risk

In August of 2013, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a Drug Safety Communication to inform the public of potential side effects of antibiotics from the quinolone family. Specifically, the statement was intended to alert the public that quinolone antibiotics... Read More »

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Mirena IUD Linked to Pseudotumor Cerebri

Bayer Healthcare introduced the Mirena IUD in 2000, with U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval. The Mirena IUD was marketed as a stress-free form of birth control with a five-year life span. An IUD is a small, T-shaped device inserted into... Read More »

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Men Concerned with Alleged Viagra Melanoma Connection

With recent discussion of the potential connection between Viagra and melanoma, consumers across the country are asking themselves how seriously they should take this news. Prior to the release of Viagra, men either had to remain impotent or undergo injection treatments. In... Read More »

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Research Suggests Women Survive Mesothelioma Longer

Mesothelioma is a particularly devastating cancer. Most patients succumb within a few years after their diagnosis. But some patients can survive much longer, sometimes for decades. Cancer researchers are currently trying to figure out what makes these patients different and how to... Read More »

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Xolair Risks and Safety Closely Examined

Xolair is a common treatment option for those who have allergic asthma, because they cannot use traditional inhalers. However, this asthma treatment option is now under fire from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for allegedly causing various heart complications. While it... Read More »

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Stevens Johnson Syndrome Survivor Speaks Out in Memoir

A Stevens Johnson Syndrome/Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (SJS/TEN) survivor has written a book detailing her experience as a victim of this extremely painful, and often fatal, skin condition. Michelle Frazzetto, a resident of Cape Coral, Fla., has recently published a book titled “Still... Read More »

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